Letters from RSA
I have chosen the title of this autobiography Letters from RSA so I could credit it to my brothers and sisters memories in the form of letters. When I first arrived in England in July 1975, the first letter sent to me was by my brother Nicodemus dates January 1976 – the year he was still at school.
Here’s what Mavis Kirton says about working with us:
“It’s been nice working with the Carnegie Scotforth team, you all have done such a good job in publishing my book. I marvel at you tackling the many untyped letters written in Setswana (one of RSA’s eleven languages). Despite being unfamiliar with the language, you interpreted and executed them with ease! Thank you.”
Mavis Kirton (4th May 2019)